‘Finally, here I am! How I wish my best friend would have been with me, too. Anyway, let’s take a Moon landing selfie, but the lighting is so dim. Never … Continue Reading One Night on the Moon
From Monday to Friday, this is the most hated thing,7’o clock in the morning, my alarm never fails to ring. The toughest part of the day, I don’t want to, … Continue Reading Melee In My Mind
It’s been long, we saw each other face to face,Remember that party, when we rocked on the bass. After-parties were a crème de la crème with you,In the name of … Continue Reading Friendship Day – 2020
Its been a month in this beautiful green country and all we have seen are 2 restaurants and 4 supermarkets. Thanks to “You-Know-What”. It is spreading like fire and no … Continue Reading Social Distancing – A Virtual Party
It’s been a week in this green continent and to be honest, I feel fresher then ever. We are in Entebbe, a town in Central Uganda situated on Lake Victoria … Continue Reading The Honeymoon Phase of Relocation
I liked the message conveyed through this book. It’s high time we correct our steps and build a sustainable lifestyle. Environment conservation is an important topic, not to be neglected … Continue Reading A Cloud Called Bhura by Bijal Vachharajani, Aindri C.
I wish there were such books during our school times. It was tough for me to cope with having to bias for my dusky skin colour throughout my growing days. … Continue Reading Unfair by Rasil Ahuja
It was a nice short story. The first chapter was quite descriptive about the streets of St. Petersburg but the next ones were only long conversations between Nastenka and the … Continue Reading White Nights by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Right now I feel contented. Right now I feel grateful that it worked. Right now I feel it has been better than I imagined. Right now I feel the future … Continue Reading Right now – The Affirmation
Loved everything about the book except the ending. The story was flowing well until the second last chapter which was just abrupt. But again, even in real life things happen, … Continue Reading Undertow by Jahnavi Barua
While working on my next book, I was feeling anxious for the past few days. Despite having a clear outline, I was procrastinating. The thoughts that frequently passed my mind … Continue Reading Achievements – 2021
This seems to be the oldest romantic comedy that I have read. It’s a play staged during the 1885 Serbo-Bulgaria war, not really a book. It felt more like reading … Continue Reading Arms and the Man by George Bernard Shaw
I wouldn’t say all stories are good and engaging but this indeed is a great collection. I loved rereading (had read this long back) the story of The Curious Case … Continue Reading 50 Greatest Short Stories by Terry O’Brien
Little Mr Tots who is picking up new words is wandering in a garden of Mahabaleshwar. Many families were enjoying creamy ice-creams and sherbets. Mr Tots was playing and running … Continue Reading Beating the baby
I have always admired the way Sadhguru speaks and hence I went for the audiobook version of the book rather than paperback or ebook. I am a bit disappointed with … Continue Reading Karma: A Yogi’s Guide to Crafting Your Destiny by Sadhguru
*** This is a Watsapp conversation between a brother and sister. What the heck?Why do you always have to be a mamma’s boy?I have told you 100 times.Don’t talk about … Continue Reading Killed with a Pen!
It is a lengthy book. Read/listen at your own pace. When I first started it, I was under the impression it will talk more about the history of evolution from … Continue Reading Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind by Yuval Noah Harari
A day to remember all the contributors of Chicken Soup for the Soul – book series, the stories that helped look at the deep emotional issues and find inspiration to … Continue Reading It’s Chicken Soup for the Soul day.
Gita Saar has been explained by many in varied forms but this book outstands all the narrations. With bright illustrations and within 34 pages, the complex fundamentals of Gita have … Continue Reading The Gita (Amar Chitra Katha) by Anant Pai
The story isn’t something new, we have read and heard and watched it several times. Two stories are going on parallelly, one of Jhanvi, an influencer who is trying hard … Continue Reading Stories We Never Tell by Savi Sharma
It’s a quick and short read about Nikola Tesla’s life. I may sound ignorant but I didn’t know who this great scientist was, the one whose contributions led to the … Continue Reading Nikola Tesla: A Life From Beginning to End: 1 (Biographies of Inventors) by Hourly History